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Letter of
November 15, 1958
from

William McKinley Osceola,
Patriarch of the
Miccosukee Seminole Nation disowning his renegade son,
Mike Osceola.


 

To Whom It May Concern:

        It is with profound regret that I publicly announce
that the Indian who calls himself Mike Osceola, who was once
my son, is a traitor to his people and a disgrace to us.

       He has no further right to use the name OSCEOLA as he is
no longer a member of our family, or the Miccosukee Seminole
Natio n.

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Envoys of my Miccosukeee Nation, who are going to
Washington on November 17, in the event Mike Osceola appears
there to make trouble as he has in the past.  I want the world
to know that his father, his family and his Tribe consider him
a ren agade and disown him.

Witnessed By:
                                                               (by his signature)
Howard Osceola                               William McKinley Osceola
John Osceola
Bill McKinley Osceola
Homer M. Osceola
                                                

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